The theme for the 19th season is "WINDS OF CHANGE". Experience exciting, multi-dimensional concerts that include choral and instrumental music presented in two locations for each concert on consecutive Thursday and Friday nights at 7:30 p.m. All venues are superior acoustical spaces with good parking and easy access. Individual tickets are available here or at the door for $15 and may be used on either Thursday or Friday evening.
Blowin' In the Wind: Music that Changed America
October 2 & 3, 2014, 7:30pm
Thursday: Shandon Presbyterian Church, 607 Woodrow Street
Friday: Spring Valley Presbyterian Church 125 Sparkleberry Lane
The music will focus on significant periods in America’s musical history including songs from our earliest American composers, the influence of immigrant cultures, musical theater, and a strong emphasis on the latter part of the 20th century including the "pop" music genre. Guest artists will include the Dick Goodwin Quintet, our 2014 vocal scholarship winner, and a South Carolina pop vocal artist to be announced.
What Shall I Bring
December 11 & 12, 7:30pm
Thursday: Ashland Road United Methodist Church, 2600 Ashland Road
Friday: St. Joseph Catholic Church 3600 Devine Street
Holiday concert includes music that reflects the changes in America's holiday customs with traditional carols and a commissioned work that features the voices of our Young Sandlapper Singers, under the direction of their new conductor Andrea White, and a 12-piece string ensemble accompaniment provided by Neil Casey.
Music That Changed Me
March 26 & 27, 7:30pm
Thursday: Incarnation Luthern Church, 3005 Devine Street
Friday: St. Andrews Presbyterian Church 6952 St. Andrews Road
The spring concert will be a potpourri of musical styles that influenced the life and work of our Artistic Director Lillian Quackenbush. Selections will include classical, sacred, musical theater, opera, treble choral, and music for large ensembles. Guest artists will include our Side-By-Side high school choral ensemble Richland Northeast, special soloist friends of the Artistic Director, and a "sing-along" with the audience to complete the concert.